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LTX RECEIVES SYNCHRO PLUS ORDER FROM AMS

 WESTWOOD, Mass., Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- LTX Corporation (OTC: LTXX) announced today that it has received an order, worth over $1 million, from Austria Mikro Systeme International for a Synchro Plus mixed signal test system. This system, capable of digital test rates of 200/400 MHz, is being delivered early in 1994 to AMS' facility in Unterpremstatten, Austria and will represent the first delivery of a Synchro Plus in Continental Europe.
 The Synchro Plus test system will be used for testing and characterization of AMS' new 622 MHz broadband ISDN chips for fiber optic and SONET applications. These devices are tested at very high speed data rates and require highly accurate timing that will be supplied with the Synchro Plus test solution. The system will also be supplied with the Wide Band Sampler option, which is capable of capturing and measuring the dynamic characteristics of signals up to 2 GHz. The system is totally compatible with AMS' existing installed base of Synchro and Synchro II systems and will also be used for production testing of AMS' range of mixed signal ASIC devices.
 Horst Gebert, president of AMS, said: "The Synchro Plus keeps AMS at the leading edge of production testing for our latest high speed data transmission devices. The Synchro system offers the accuracy and speed needed for this demanding new application on a tester platform which still is compatible with our installed base of test systems."
 LTX Corporation is a leading supplier of linear, digital, mixed- signal and discrete semiconductor test equipment and offers a line of related networking products. Headquartered in Westwood, Mass., LTX has worldwide sales and service facilities to support its customer base.
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 /CONTACT R. Scott Higgins of LTX, 617-461-1000/
 (LTXX)


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